Lead in Water Testing - Understanding Your Results

We look forward to keeping you informed every step of the way as we ensure the health
and safety of our students and staff.

Georgia United Makes Over Oakcliff Elementary

Thanks to the 300+ volunteers from Georgia United, DeKalb County School faculty, parents,
and the local community who helped makeover Oakcliff Elementary on July 22 & 23, 2016.

DCSD Partners with Local Radio to Reach International Community

Radio appearance marks new outreach to international community in DeKalb County. DeKalb County School District (DCSD) and Sagal Radio Services are partnering to share important information about DCSD schools and initiatives with members of the local international community. Beginning in October 2017, DCSD-based programs and news will be available on 1420 AM radio or through the Sagal Radio website. All information will be available in Somali, Bhutanese, Arabic, and Karen. The news will [...]

Student School Board Representative of the Month

Redan High senior represents DeKalb students at October's Board of Education meeting. Shania Hinds, a senior at Redan High School, represented the students of the DeKalb County School District at the Oct. 2, meeting of the DeKalb County Board of Education. Hinds has a cumulative GPA of 3.7. She later plans to attend college and become a registered nurse. She currently serves as the Vice President of the Student Government Association. Hinds [...]

Regional Principals of the Year

Congratulations to our 2017 Regional Principals of the Year! Region I       Jason Heard (Cross Keys High School) Region II     Cammie Neil (Briar Vista Elementary School) Region III    Michael Jones (Stephenson High School) Region IV     Linda Priester (E. L. Bouie Elementary School) Region V      Angela Thomas-Bethea (Barack H. Obama Elementary School)

UPDATE: Hurricane Irma Make-Up Days

DeKalb County School District to continue 20-minute extended-day class schedule through November 30. DeKalb County School District (DCSD) will continue to add 20 minutes to its school day through Thursday, Nov. 30, in an effort to recapture much of the instructional time lost due to the storm known as Hurricane Irma. Other important aspects of this plan include: There will be no 20-minute extended day on Tuesday, Oct. 31. DCSD schools and [...]

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